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10 – Miscellaneous Functions
This unit has a built-in metronome function that can be used when the
recorder is operating. You can set it to function during both playback and
recording or only during recording.
1. When the recorder is stopped, press the MENU button to open the
2. Use the DATA wheel to select (highlight) the
press the F4 [t] button to open the
3. Set the following items.
Use the F3  and F4 [b] buttons to select (highlight) items, and use
the DATA wheel to set their values.
Select one of the following modes.
metronome OFF, default value
Metronome functions during both
recording and playback
Metronome functions only during
Set the speed between 20 and 250 BPM (default value: 120).
Set the number of beats between 1 and 12 (default value: 4).
The accent falls on the first beat.
Set the metronome volume between 0 and 127 (default value: 100).
4. After completing the setting, press the HOME button to return to the
The metronome will now function according to the MODE setting made
in step three.
Even if the metronome is active during recording, the its sound will not
be recorded directly.
If you record using a mic while monitoring the metronome sound through
connected speakers, the metronome sound could be recorded.
When the metronome is operating, you can adjust the
other items on the
screen cannot be changed.
You can use the metronome to provide a click when making the first
recording of, for example, a rhythm guitar or bass part.
If you want to use the metronome when practicing, you can either play a
song that does not have any recordings or turn the TRACK LEVEL knobs
all the way down during playback.